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It Works! Part-Time Home Business Opportunity Fast Track to Success Created

Virtually no training for distributors recruited by Parker's downline with this one-of-a-kind system means just that much more money in their pocket

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Jan. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Alex Parker of Grand Rapids, MI, a successful It Works! distributor and serial entrepreneur who has been featured in Forbes, Yahoo! News, Virtual Strategy Magazine, and many other publications, has created the only online course to be coupled with the It Works! part-time home business opportunity, which is making millionaires out of individuals who want to make more money part-time than full-time.  This online course, "60 Days to Diamond," provides top-quality training to get any new distributor's It Works! business off the ground in a matter of hours, therefore allowing them to make great money from the get-go, and is the only fast-track to success of its caliber available to It Works! distributors who take up the It Works! part-time home business.  Those who want to take advantage of this great opportunity can visit Parker's It Works! website and enter their e-mail into the opt-in box in the upper right-hand corner.

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"This is the only online course that provides concrete goals and a structured curriculum that, when followed, will get any person making more money part-time than full-time in a matter of a very short time, on their time and around their schedule, when and where they want to train.  I have been blessed with this part-time home business opportunity, and want others to experience the same success that I have had with it.  This course is a revelation within It Works! and the multi-level marketing (network marketing) industry, as anyone in my downline will have access to this course.  That means that my complete downline will have to spend virtually no time training distributors that they help take advantage of the It Works! part-time home business opportunity, which less than 0.5% of the United States knows about and Harvard Business School calls "the opportunity of a lifetime." In turn, this means my downline will be able to recruit that many more people into the business with those many hours that they will have saved with this online training course that is used by their distributors.  I am so ecstatic to be able to be the only It Works! distributor to offer this course to individuals who want to take change their life, financially and lifestyle-wise, with this amazing part-time home business opportunity that works better than all network marketing opportunities, hence the name It Works!"

The "60 Days to Diamond" course trains each distributor who uses it in everything from simple concepts like what the two different customer types are to advanced social media strategies that will help them grow and build their business in their sleep using fresh and unique marketing and business-building tactics.   Along with this course, these distributors which have access to the course will also have a wealth of extra videos, resources, and applications at their fingertips, which will continually be added to their tool belt to make it that much easier to grow their business, along with direct access to Alex Parker, the brains behind the development of this fantastic application which is the latest revelation of It Works! Global.  This course will truly allow distributors in Mr. Parker's downline to truly build their part-time fortune with the amazing part-time home business opportunity, It Works!.

It Works! Global is debt-free, an Inc. Fortune 500/5000 company, and is said to be "as close to magic as it gets" by Success From Home Magazine.  It Works! Global is a part-time home-based network marketing (multi-level marketing) opportunity that features the body contouring product that is revolutionizing the body contouring marketing, the It Works! Ultimate Body Applicator (the It Works! body wrap), featured at the Emmy and Grammy Awards, which tightens, tones, and firms in as little as 45 minutes in any area which it is placed on, and provides spectacular and sustainable results, along with an entire line of homeopathic and natural health supplements and products including fruit and vegetable supplements, anti-stress products, daily vitamins, state-of-the-art carbohydrate inhibitors, and more.

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